Jean Paul Gaultier Debuts New Haute Couture Line With Final Show During Paris Fashion Week

Jean Paul Gaultier is officially retired.

The iconic fashion designer, 67, announced his retirement plans via Twitter last week, revealing his couture show during Paris Fashion Week, is his last ever.

Fans can watch Gaultier’s final show above.

“This show celebrating 50 years of my career will also be my last. But rest assured Haute Couture will continue with a new concept,” he wrote next to a video clip.

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“It’s going to be quite a party with many of my friends and we’re going to have fun until very very late. Now I am going to share something with you. This will be my last Haute Couture show,” Gautier continued. “Be there! You can’t miss this.”

Gaultier served as the creative director of the French fashion house Hermès for seven years. He then moved on to focus on his own label in 2010.

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But to easy fans’ worries, he clarified that his haute couture line will still exist after making his exit.

“Stay tuned… Gaultier Paris will go on, the Haute Couture continues!” he said. “I have a new concept. I’ll tell you all about it later… all the little secrets.”

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